Fart jokes? Aren’t I better than that?
The Social Security Administration officially reprimanded an employee whom colleagues accused of continuously “passing gas and releasing an unpleasant odor” that created a “hostile work environment.”
“When senior management became aware of the reprimand it was immediately rescinded,” agency spokeswoman Dorothy J. Clark said in an e-mail to The federal Eye.
The Social Security Administration said it withdrew the reprimand seven days after sending the letter, which is dated Dec. 10.
See? These ass-grabbers will back down once their suffocating tyranny is exposed for what it is.
The letter, which came from the agency’s Office of Disability Operations, cited 60 documented instances of the worker passing gas in his office during a period of about 12 weeks.
The employee allegedly had episodes as much as nine times in one day, according to a log of the incidents included in the letter.
I don’t know about you, but this seems to be yet more evidence of a bloated Social Security Administration, and I’m not just talking about Farty McSmellypants. A FIVE-PAGE reprimand letter. For farting. With a “log” of each seperate incident.
Here’s an idea: crack a window. Move him to Storage Room B. Anything besides wasting our money documenting the ass-blasts of some fat-assed government drone.